Bioscience

UA undergrad researchers share findings

August 9, 2011

By Flinn Foundation

This afternoon in Tucson, top undergraduate researchers from around the country–and beyond–will show off the results of 10 weeks of work at the University of Arizona:

One-hundred-fifteen graduate school-bound juniors and seniors from schools across the United States, Puerto Rico, Mexico and Latin America will exhibit their summer research sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Education, National Science Foundation and the University of Arizona.

These outstanding students have participated in a 10-week intensive summer research program under the supervision of UA faculty mentors, conducting research in the sciences, social sciences, education and humanities. This is an excellent opportunity to recruit top students for master’s and PhD programs at UA.

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